has anyone heard, or seen, the recording of "broome stages"?
if not, and you are interested in how this story is, read before you see or hear. oh, maaan it was, how should i say, a story of generation after generation of a family's acting professionals. with a quite a few parts that will make you, well, it made me, anyway. it brought tears to my eyes. and when i got to the harry and edmund characters, i had to keep telling myself why i was reading the book to begin with.
orson welles, by the books, plays both in the radio version.
at first i was thinkin', 'well, just read his character's parts'
but then i would have not been able to understand the meaning of the story.
what is the meaning? i still don't know, but when, and if, i get the radio recording of this story, ooohhh boy.
it was a good book. 703 pages long. i kind of wonder how he did these things. how can anybody get a book that takes weeks to be read, into an hour long show. you'd have to be a genius to figure that out.
oh yeah. orsonwas a genius. so he had no problem. but i don't think anyone else could do it.
oh well. bye now.